They also have the money; the consulting firm Deloitte estimates that “affluent, time-rich, and travel-hungry” baby boomers control 60 percent of the nation’s wealth, and account for 40 percent of its spending. Whatever the political ramifications of this, its effect on the travel industry is greater than anything other than the emergence of the middle class in developing countries such as India and China, Deloitte says. And from weekday karaoke lunch cruises with the music of Frank Sinatra and Glen Miller aboard the Spirit of New York to Nicaragua’s Mukul Beach, Golf, and Spa Resort’s “BOOMERang” second-honeymoon package, travel worldwide is changing in response. Get the full story at The Boston Globe